Here I am joining another group!! Just how many of these things am I gonna do!? I will never get off the computer:)
Added by Vickie on May 25, 2009 at 4:40pm —
Well new baby is 3months old now, i can't believe how fast the time has gone. she has gone from a little wiggly lump to an all moving laughing chunk! she has put on a lot of weight now and been through the biggest growth spurt ever! nearly 2tins of milk in a week and a half!!! but now she turned into this lovely squidgy cuddly gorgeous pudding.
I love looking at her and examining every part of her, like her satin soft skin, her beautiful eyes, her massive gummy smile and… Continue
Added by Amy Sheridan on May 25, 2009 at 2:54pm —
COME DO YOUR PART AND HELP!!
Added by Amy O'Neal on May 25, 2009 at 2:37pm —
Pink Lemonade is celebrating - we have a brand-new look and we're throwing a Blog Party June 1st through June 15th to celebrate! Stop by and say Hi!
Added by Pink Lemonade Liz on May 25, 2009 at 1:39pm —
I know a woman named Iona Dick. Go on - say it out loud. The kicker is she took her husband’s surname when she married so actually decided to become Mrs. Iona Dick.
I have a friend whose little boy is named Owen Vary. Nice name, lovely kid. Two weeks ago, Owen’s poor mama got hit with the realization that his first initial with last name makes the word “ovary”. We’re hoping his teenage years are tolerable.
It’s fair to say that we Mabel mamas are mildly obsessed with baby… Continue
Added by Julie Cole on May 25, 2009 at 11:59am —
My son is a over 1 year now and is getting into everything he can!(breaking cups at dinner,biting the dog,biting people,pinching,pulling hair and then laughs about all of this because daddy does!) Everyday it seems harder and harder with him.Reason being I am the only parent who says no when he is being "bad". My husband never says no to him and turns everything into a game of some sort when the baby is doing something he is not supposed to do! Now my son only wants his dad on a constant basis!… Continue
Added by autumn jalageas on May 25, 2009 at 5:52am —
We decided today (Sunday) would be the day we celebrated Memorial Day. We also made sure to keep up with the tradition of Sunday dinner
We started with crab salad with tostitos scoops as an appetizer. Our meal consisted of grilled seasoned corn on the cob, grilled hamburgers and broccoli with potatoes and melted cheese. When it came time for dessert we made smores. I have… Continue
Added by Margaret Bochy on May 25, 2009 at 12:54am —
I was approached by the makers of Karito Kids dolls, KidsGive LLC, to review two of their “Word Collection” dolls. The word “Karito” means “charity” and “love of one’s neighbor” in Esperanto. Karito Kids highlights the beauty of each ethnic group and depicts modern-day life in each country and culture, showing children the similarities shared by kids around the world.
Every one of these tall, beautifully crafted dolls comes with the… Continue
Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on May 24, 2009 at 10:23pm —
I was referred to this website by a friend-- and I am majorly confused about this site. How do we make friends? How do I find blogs that I am interested in? Can anyone explain to me the significance of blogging? Just a thought here-- Is this like a popularity contest like in high school?? The better the blog, the more popular the person is. Like the better the designer clothes, the more popular the student is. Another example-- the more follower the blog has, the more popular the person is. The… Continue
Added by Cathy Thomas on May 24, 2009 at 5:43pm —
If you're a fan of interesting business ventures, then tune in to hear the
Chai, Baby! story -- and a great discussion of tea and entrepreneurship -- on Tuesday, May 26 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time. The host, Freda Mooncotch, is the founder of the website www.alphawomen.com. Her corresponding weekly radio program covers a range of topics from business to culture to politics.
Be sure to listen in!… Continue
Added by Dheepa Maturi on May 24, 2009 at 5:11pm —
A couple of funny conversations to make you laugh this weekend courtesy of my 3 nearly 4 year old.
1) Whilst watching 'space pirates' on cbeebies an Australian Aborigine dance act comes on and starts dancing like emus
3year old: what is he doing?
me: he is pretending to be an emu
3year old: what's an emu?
me: it is a big bird that doesn't fly
3year old: that guy is crazy
3year old: he is… Continue
Added by Amy Sheridan on May 24, 2009 at 2:04pm —
I was a hard working member of my high school yearbook staff. Under the guise of journalism, I enjoyed putting my own photo on as many pages as possible. That was the 'name of the game' and a great motivation for the many long hours it took until we received the long-awaited call of "The yearbooks are here!!!" For the staff that meant a night of unloading boxes and implementing the next day's distribution plan. It was also a cause for great celebration.
Yearbooks Are Still… Continue
Added by Hillcrest Cottage on May 24, 2009 at 12:05pm —
I firmly believe that diapers and Pull Ups should not be decorated with pretty princesses, cute cars or happy puppies. They should be emblazoned with screaming fiery demons at the gates of Hell and scary one eyed clowns. Maybe even come with some sort of horrific aroma like rotten garbage or skunk. I think that way the kids will learn to use the toilet pretty quickly. My daughter loves these Pull Ups more than chocolate chip cookies and I've had a hard time of her letting go.
Added by A on May 24, 2009 at 2:28am —
Well sister bloggers, I haven't actually blogged anything for the past couple of days because I've been consumed with "following". There are so many creative people out there that once I get on their site, I want to see what they're doing, what they're writing about, and then I end up clicking out somewhere else. So staying focused on my task was a challenge to say the least. But thankful to say, "I DID IT". I have successfully followed everyone in the follow me club and I'm so so tired. So… Continue
Added by Holly Suso on May 24, 2009 at 1:06am —
Here is a recap of our first week of summer vacation ... let the relaxation begin!
Number of days Mr. 5-year old spent sick with Strep Throat - 5
Highest recorded degree of temperature from above illness - 104.1
Number of missed hours of sleep due to above illness - 12
Number of jump ropes (yes, jump ropes) eaten by Mr. Small Dog - 1
Number of gastro-intestinal messes created from above mentioned jump rope -… Continue
Added by Stacy on May 24, 2009 at 12:31am —
Come visit my blog Write Moms
and read an article by guest author Virginia Williams titled: "Summer's Coming - Juggling Kids and Writing
" about finding time to write now that summer is here and the children are at home. She has some great ideas for finding time to write. Virginia is a write-at-home mom with who also has the blog www.landofbrokenhearts.blogspot.com. Come visit and give us… Continue
Added by Deanna S. on May 24, 2009 at 12:20am —
I have a dirty secret, one that makes me crave for something, one that when i think about it makes me feel so good, its something that never happens regularly but when it does it is worth the long wait.
What is it you maybe asking? I will share...
to read on
Added by Amy Sheridan on May 23, 2009 at 3:49pm —
Many of you know my daughters blog, Manic Mother (www.manicmother.com). I'm her proud father.
If you have visited her blog in the past few days you will notice that her 2 year old son Ezra was just diagnosed with ALL (acute lympoblastic leukemia). Needless to say their lives have been turned upside down. Beth is currently at the hospital most of the time as they start the chemo therapy. So is too busy to send out much in the way of communications.
She asked me, as her… Continue
Added by Kevin McGrew on May 23, 2009 at 2:00pm —
I remember the first day when I started to blogging.I was so exited and also worried a little. Time is running. Now, I've been blogging since Dec, 2007. I'm glad I started and really enjoyed to share my recipes with everyone who reads my blog. I am still getting exited when I meet a new friend or get a new comment on my blog.
And I love this feeling!
Added by Yonca on May 23, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Mario Benedetti passed away on May 17. He was 88 years old. He was not well known in the English-speaking world, but in the Spanish-speaking world he was considered one of Latin America's most important 20th-century writers. Benedetti was extremely important to the Uruguayan society, especially because of his history as an exile and as an outspoken critic during the military dictatorship in the 1970s and 1980s.
Many years ago my… Continue
Added by Blanca Ramirez on May 23, 2009 at 9:45am —